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Monitor Archive for November 23, 1988
Rule of thumb may leave too little - or too much - cash on hand
In South Africa: A tale of two reformers. And a glimpse of government conflict over negotiating with the country's blacks
`Secret Garden' as children's musical. Songs, good acting in productions from Theatreworks/USA
Cubans to welcome soldiers home from `international duty' in Angola
An immigrant family reunited at Thanksgiving
Book makes big news on the `bush telegraph'
Of men, muck, and gold. Instant wealth in Papua New Guinea raises concerns that tribal ways may be lost
The dark and hidden story of Australia's dark-skinned people. New book uncovers the `shame' of being Aborigine
Canada: thumbs up to free trade. Prime Minister Brian Mulroney won big on Monday. The Conservative Party victory - broad-based and larger than many...
College football's top 20
S. Africa accepts peace plan, sees work ahead. The South African government has given its nod to a US-mediated plan for the withdrawal of Cuban troo...
Government closes in on fraud indictments in Pentagon scandal. BILKING A STRONG DEFENSE
Canada: after the vote, healing
A vision for the worst of ghettos. Massive city and county redevelopment plans offer hope to Watts
Giving thanks in a time of change
Change at the top expected to boost reform in Hungary. New premier likely to open door to opposition parties
Spectator or participant?
Did Arafat blink?
American politics: not overpriced but underfinanced
Saints prove that last year's big turnaround was no fluke
Restoring US credibility in the Philippines
Scanning election results for future trends. COMING: ELECTION '92
Eat it again, Sam. After the holidays, turkey reruns don't have to be boring. LEFTOVERS
Balance sheet on Thatcherism: an interview with Shirley Williams
Mary Tyler Moore calling, to save a failing show. Star believes in her new TV sitcom, despite low ratings